Jawad to trigger more downpour in West Bengal
The Free Press Journal|December 06, 2021
Reducing intensity cyclone Jawad entered Odisha as a very deep depression and further reducing power as just a depression Jawad will enter West Bengal at the wee hours of Monday triggering more rainfall in the state.
ARITRA SINGHA

Till filing this report, Jawad lay centered at 50 km southeast of Puri, 100 km south-southwest of Paradip, 130 km east-northeast of Gopalpur and 370 km north-northeast of Vishakhapatnam.

According to weathermen Sujib Kar from Odisha it is likely to continue to move north-northeastwards, along Odisha coast towards West Bengal coast and weaken into a well-marked low-pressure area after midnight of December 5.

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